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CNN
Nov 22, 2009 10:00am EST
american politics to one of the more popular members of the obama cabinet. look at bill clinton whose career was declared dead over and over again and ronald reagan, same thing, ran for the republican nomination in '76, lost it and people declared him as an out of work-actor. >> i'll come back to you in a second, julie. >> in your book you lump together it seems to me with the news organization with the national enquirer, all as part of the media that are beating up on sarah palin, but shouldn't we make distinctions here between left-wing websites and "the new york times." yeah. absolutely. i think i make those distinctions in the book, but what's interesting with the perception of sarah palin is things that originated in left wing websites ended up being parodied on places like "the new york times" or highly trafficked blogs. sometimes the line between the far left websites and the mainstream media for lack of a better word is very thin, howie. >> do you think palin and the book tour and the rollout is being covered as a personality, as a cultural figure or because we all want her to
CNN
Nov 29, 2009 10:00am EST
finger on what changed for president obama this week, why the media coverage turned sharply negative. high unemployment has been around for a while and the afghanistan dilemma has been building for months and the health care bill remains a cliffhanger even after they mustered 60 votes to send to to the senate floor. could it be that obama is dropping to 49% for the first time in the media are suddenly treating the obama presidency like a turkey. >> tonight, the president under pressure. his job approval ratings slide as he wrestles with everything from job creation to the future of afghanistan. >> the president is getting battered on everything from health care to the economy to foreign policy. some polls show americans are increasingly questioning his credibleity. >> with the president's approval rating dipping below 50% in some poll, it is clear the health care debate is taking a toll. when you look at this he faces the deficit problem, the health care problem and none of them help him in his central problem which is still creating jobs. >> phil, why do so many journalities seem to
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